The Good Enough Child by Brad E. Sachs
How to Have an Imperfect Family and Be Perfectly Satisfied

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Dr. Brad Sachs knows what it's like for parents.  Your son or daughter often turns out to be the child of your dreams. In The Good Enough Child, this uite different from the experienced and respected psychologist eases you down the unpredictable path of child-rearing, offering lively anecdotes, practical strategies, and hands-on exercises that will help you to develop realistic expectations of your family, and to understand, forgive, and accept them in spite of their imperfections.  The result is that you will raise your children with greater clarity and compassion, and finally enjoy a loving, supportive relationship with them.


About Brad E. Sachs

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Brad Sachs, Ph. D., is a family psychologist and the author of Things Just Haven't Been the Same: Making the Transition from Marriage to Parenthood. He is the founder and director of the Father Center and has written for numerous periodicals. He is married to Karen Meckler, a pychiatrist and acupuncturist, and together they raise their three children, Josh, Matt, and Jess, in Columbia, Maryland.
Published June 1, 2001 by William Morrow & Company. 352 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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Sachs goes further, arguing that no one can be the perfect mother or father or have the perfect child.

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